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Red Bluff, CA - Boy Hospitalized After Being Stabbed at the Tehama County Fair

Red Bluff, CA - Boy Hospitalized After Being Stabbed at the Tehama County Fair
Published: May 5, 2022
By: Darla Medina
Last Updated on May 11, 2022

Teen Stabbed at County Fair

Red Bluff Daily News has reported that a stabbing occurred at the Tehama District Fairgrounds located at 650 Antelope Blvd, Red Bluff, CA 96080. 

Police responded to a call at about 10:40 p.m. on Friday, April 29, 2022. They arrived to find a teenage boy with multiple stab wounds. He was transported to a nearby hospital and is said to be in stable condition. According to Action News Now, the stabbing was said to have followed an argument between the victim and his friend with two other suspects. The suspects fled the scene before law enforcement arrived and are still on the loose. 

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Are Property Owners Liable For Shootings or Stabbings?

Attorney contributor Bobby Thompson is an experienced stabbing victim lawyer. Bobby often represents victims of stabbings and shootings victims in the state of California. During a recent discussion, he emphasized when a property owner could be held liable for stabbings. 

"Property owners have a legal duty of care to offer a reasonably safe environment for both their workers and guests. Fairgrounds and other event venues are not exempt from this obligation. In fact, they are responsible for maintaining the safety of their property from preventable dangers that may include stabbings and shootings during special events. It is important that they offer sufficient lighting and ample security personnel."

"Too often, stabbings are able to occur due to inadequate security or another form of negligence. If the property owner was aware of an increase in violence but failed to make adequate security improvements, such as hiring additional security guards and conducting weapons checks, the owner could be considered negligent. In such cases, victims and their families may have grounds to file a lawsuit against the negligent property owner. Victims can learn more about their legal rights by speaking with an experienced stabbing victim lawyer."

Sources: 

Red Bluff Daily News

Action News Now

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